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Slade

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Aliases
Ambrose Slade
The Slade
Country
United Kingdom
Comments
Glam rock band from Wolverhampton, which rose to prominence during the early 1970s
Members
Jim Lea
Noddy Holder
Dave Hill [GB1]
Don Powell [GB]
Steve Whalley (1992-2005)
Related
Chas Chandler Manager
The N' Betweens Grow out to become "Slade"
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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
1977 Girlschool
October 1971 (25 artists)
February 1973 (49 artists)
February 15, 1974 (8 artists)
October 11, 1974 (15 artists)
February 15, 1974 Max Bygraves
February 15, 1974 Jeff Dahl
November 1972 (21 artists)
November 29, 1974 (5 artists)
December 1972 (2 artists)
December 1972 (2 artists)
November 1975 Top of the Pops
March 24, 1972 (3 artists)
January 30, 1976 [Windmill Studio Artists]
September 4, 1981 Chris Thompson [NZ]
December 1972 (2 artists)
January 1972 (9 artists)
August 1972 (25 artists)
December 7, 1973 (77 artists)
February 15, 1974 The Dummies
September 1973 (8 artists)
November 11, 1983 (8 artists)
1991 Mick White
November 13, 1981 The Sirens [rock]
December 3, 1983 (6 artists)
June 1973 (8 artists)
November 29, 1974 Michael Bruce [US1]
May 1972 (10 artists)
June 1974 (2 artists)
March 13, 1981 (2 artists)
March 13, 1981 Nuevo Catecismo Catolico
February 15, 1974 (3 artists)
October 24, 1969 (2 artists)

Covers by Slade

Title Performer Release date Originally by
May 9, 1969 The Mothers of Invention
November 18, 1985 Emile Berliner, Christine Johnson with Carousel Chorus and Orchestra under direction of Joseph Littau PRF,REL
March 24, 1972 Steppenwolf
May 9, 1969 Steppenwolf
September 28, 2009 Traffic
September 28, 2009 Delaney & Bonnie and Friends featuring Eric Clapton
March 24, 1972 The Lovin' Spoonful
November 18, 1985 Band Aid
May 9, 1969 Steppenwolf
May 9, 1969 The Moody Blues
May 21, 1971 Bobby Marchan
September 28, 2009 The Beatles
  September 28, 2009 The Valiants [US1] REL, Little Richard REC
March 24, 1972 Ten Years After
December 3, 1983 Girlschool
November 18, 1985 The Attack
May 9, 1969 Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
October 1, 1979 Chuck Berry
May 9, 1969 The Amboy Dukes
February 15, 1974 Rosco Gordon
May 9, 1969 The Idle Race
i   September 28, 2009 Carl Fenton's Orchestra (Walter Haenschen) REC, Walter Catlett PRF
November 18, 1985 Chris Montez
November 18, 1985 Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires
December 1972 Shirley & Lee
Love Is Like a Rock Slade April 13, 1987 Unverified
May 9, 1969 The Beatles
December 1972 Janis Joplin
1977 Arthur Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
September 28, 2009 The Moody Blues with The London Festival Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight
1979 (unknown), (unknown)
September 28, 2009 Moby Grape
November 18, 1985 Harry Reser and His Orchestra
November 28, 1970 Max Frost and The Troopers

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Reported errors

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